JOHN GILMAN 91 POINTS-'The current release of Egly-Ouriet “les Vignes de Bisseuil” non-vintage Brut is from the base year of 2017. The wine is composed of a blend of eighty percent chardonnay and ten percent each of pinot meunier and pinot noir, with all of the vines located in the village of Bisseuil. It is barrel-fermented and the vins clairs are aged in cask, with again, ten percent new each year. It was disgorged in November of 2021 after fifty-two months on its fine lees and finished with a dosage of three grams per liter. The wine delivers an excellent aromatic constellation of apple, pear, hazelnut, warm bread, chalky soil tones, plenty of smokiness and gentle foundation of buttery oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and quite brisk, with a fine core and mineral drive, frothy mousse and very good length and grip on the still quite youthful finish. This is a very good bottle that will be even better if given another year or so in the cellar to let its fine spine of acidity relax a bit more. 2024-2045."